Girls’ Soccer Looks to the End of the Season

Sophomore Bria Hamilton races down the field with the soccer ball. The varsity Lady Knights were losing to the Troy Trojans 1-2 during the first half. The Lady Knights have a record of 8-5-2 as of April 26. (Photo by Rachel Kehoe)

The girls’ soccer team looks ahead to districts on May 13 with a record of 8-5-2. Throughout the season, the team has been preparing for districts so that they can be ready to play against some tough competition.

“I feel as if we’re a very talented team, and we just need to find our groove,” sophomore Bria Hamilton said. “I think we will do really well in districts if we just stick to our game and not try to play the other teams’ game.”

Before districts, the team will face some old rivals, such as Francis Howell on May 11 and Marquette Sr. High School on May 21.

“I think we will continue to grow,” Assistant Varsity Coach Larry Scheller said. “We will continue to grow as a team, and we will continue to get better and that’s the big thing. We just need to get better every single time we step on the field. I think if we do that, we will do pretty good.”

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